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LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 











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CA^T^LOOTXIE 



OF 



ANCIENT & MODERN 



PICTURES & DRAWINGS 



THE PROPERTY OF 



JEFFERY WHITEHEAD, ESQ 

Deceased 
Late of The Mayes, East Grinstead 

(Sold by Order of the Executors) 



ALSO 



PICTURES 81 DRAWINGS 



FROM VARIOUS SOURCES 



WHICH 



Mill be 5olt> bp auction bp 

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, (ANSON & WOODS 

AT THEIR GREAT ROOMS 

8 KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE 
LONDON 

On FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY 



May be viewed Three Days preceding, and Catalogues had, ar 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods' Offices, 8 King Street, 
St. James's Square, London, S. W. 



LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to be the Buyer ; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re -sold. 

II. No person to advance less than Is. ; above Five Pounds, 5s. ; and 
so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneer 

shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

IV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, 

and to pay down 5s. in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase -Money, if required ; in default 
of which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put 
up again and re -sold. 

V. The Lots to be taken away and paid for, whether genuine and 
authentic or not, with all faults and errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two Days from the Sale ; 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of, 
or any fault or defect in, any Lot, and making no warranty 
whatever. 

YI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
removed during the time of Sale ; and the remainder of the 
Purchase-Money must absolutely be paid on the delivery. 

VII. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots un- 
cleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public or 
private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale 
shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale. 



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CATALOGUE. 

On FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 



The following are Bold by Order of the Executors 
of JEFFEBY WHITEHEAD, Esq., deceased, 
late of The Mayes, East Grinstead. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS. 

In the Folio. 

^ 1 The Adoration of the Magi : a triptych, after Memling ; The 
Adoration of the Lamb, after the Brothers Van Eyck ; 
and twenty others in a portfolio 22 

! Venus Eising from the Sea, after Botticelli ; The Proces- 
sion of the Three Kings, after Benozzo Gozzoli ; Christ's 
Charge to Saint Peter, after Perugino ; Saint Catherine 
Pleading before her Judges, after Pinturicchio ; and twenty- 
four others, &c, in two portfolios 36 

! The Conversion of Hermogenes, after Mantegna ; Saint George 
Baptizing Cleodolinda, after Carpaccio ; Saint Benedict 
Preaching, by Bazzi ; Saint Peter and Saint John Healing 
the Cripple, after Masolino ; and thirty-one others, in two 
portfolios 35 

The Primavera, after Botticelli ; The Marriage of the Virgin, 
after Luini ; Saint Augustine Preaching, after Benozzo 
Gozzoli ; and fourteen others, in a portfolio 17 

A 2 



JAPANESE PRINTS. 

In the Folio. 

4a Hiroshige : Hatsuhana and Izari Katsugoro, Hatsuhana and 
/ — , £~^~ o her crippled husband in a little go-cart, going to the water- 

fall to do penance; full size, upright; one of a series. 
Chiiko Ada-Uchi Zue, " Fidelity in Eevenge " ; signed 
Hiroshige. — Kuniyoshi : Watanabe no Tsuna finds Usui 
Sadamitsu, as a baby boy, dragging along a millstone to 
which he was tied, while his father worked as a cooper ; 
full size, upright; one of a series. Meiyo San-ju-Rok 
Kassen, " Thirty-six renowned Battles " ; signed Ichiyusai 
Kunhoshi. — Masanobu (Kitao) : The Festival of Dolls, a 
double-page book illustration, unsigned 3 

4b Kunisada : Ashigara Yama Eru Kintoki no Zu, " View of 
f — - — Kintoki being chosen at Ashigara Mountain." Triptych. 

On the right Watanabe no Tsuna looking with wonder on 
the baby boy Kintaro shaking down a Tengu's nest in the 
centre, and on the left Yama Uba making the cbild a 
garment; signed Gototei Kunisda. — Killing the Nuye. 
Diptych. On the left Minamoto no Yorimasa has brought 
down the Nuye with an arrow, and on the right Ii no 
Hayata Tadazumi killing it with a sword ; signed " Copied 
from an ancient Picture, Kunisada " o 

4c Kunisada : Tamamo No Maye Discovered. Triptych. Abe 
.5T3-, f O -° no Yasunari with the magic mirror reflecting the Fox form 

of the concubine of Toba Tenno, and Miura no Suke 
Yoshizumi about to shoot her. — The Battle of Yashima. 
Triptych. Yoshitsune and Benkei on the right with 
warriors, Kumagai challenging Atsumori in the centre, 
and the Taira fleeing to the ships on the left; both 
full size, upright ; one signed Kunisada, and the other 
Toyokuni 6 



4u Kuniyoshi: Kanshin Mata Kuguri no Zu, " Kanshin creeping 
* " through the crotch of the legs." Triptych. A group of 

five fishermen, and in the centre Kanshin crawling under 
the crotch of one towards the crotch of another. — Horio 
Yoshihaiu Killing a Boar. Triptych. On the right Taiko 
Hideyoshi and his troops watching Yoshiharu in the 
centre, single-handed, throwing a great boar into a moun- 
tain stream on the left ; both full size, upright ; signed 
Ichiyiisai Kuniyoshi 6 



ALBOIS OF DEAWINGS. 



6. 



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*g — — - 5 An Album containing Forty Drawings, by J. Jenkins, 
W. Muller, W. Mulready, E.A., S. Owen, F. C. Nash, F, P. 
Stephanoff, H. Tenkate, J. M. Wright, and others 

_ v? 6 An Album containing Twenty-seven Named Views in 
Italy, by Chas. Kowbotham 

/ / _ I £ _v3 7 An Album containing Eleven Named Views in Italy, 
by Chas. Rowbotham ; and A Drawing of San Miniato, 
Florence, by W. E. Lockhart, R.S.A. 

% j IY __ 8 Ax Album containing Seventy-two Sketches, by J. Wolf, 
of birds and animals, in pencil, charcoal and water colours ; 
and An Album containing Forty-one Sketches of 
Named Birds, by W. H. 2 

J . I _/ 9 An Album containing Thirty-five Studies of Birds, 
Animals and Landscapes, by J. Hardy, Jun, H. B. 
Willis, &c. 



C?^/f-^ 



10 An Album containing A Drawing of Troops entering a 
Village, by J. A. Langendyk, and Thirty-seven other 
Drawings, by Sir E. Landseer, R.A., S. Prout, H. 
Tenkate, and others 
h _ ^_ \a 11 An Album containing Studies of Fossils ; and Two Small 
Albums containing Numerous Pencil Drawings, by 
R. Brandard 3 



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DKAWINGS. 

In the Folio. 

S^T) — ^ _ v 12 0. Ansell : Dressing-room a la Francaise 

OvaZ — 9 in. by 7J in. 
Engraved by C. Tomkins 

y _ , ^ _ (? 13 E. F. Burney: Twelve Illustrations to " Pilgrim's Progress," 
"Roderick Random," "Arabian Nights," &c. 12 

13a J. Coney : The South Entrance to Notre Dame, Rouen — 
pencil; Mr. Worlidge's Copy of The Hundred Guilder 
Print, after Rembrandt ; and George III. at the Royal 
Academy — a reproduction 3 

Q _^j (• _6 14 R. Corbould : Illustrations to "The Connoisseur," "The 
Citizen of the World " ; &c. — thirty -two drawings on 
twenty-nine mounts 29 

^~- _ £~*_ \j 15 T. Kirk : Three Illustrations to " Meditations and Contem- 
plations " ; Two Illustrations to " The Relapse " and " The 
Way of the World," by Monson ; and Various Drawings, 
by A. E. Chalon, R.A. 16 

S~l^ £-*-* 16 Sir J. E. Millais, P.R.A : A Pencil Sketch for " The North- 
West Passage ' ; An Important Conference, and Two 
Monkeys, by Sir E. Landseer, R.A. ; an Illustration to 

" The Merry Wives of Windsor," by J. M. Wright; &c. 

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/^ir^/ 17 T. Rowlandson : A Duck-Hunt at Bartholomew Lane; 

Covent Garden, and Another drawing, by R. Dighton ; A 

Scene in Windsor Forest, and A Riot, by I. Cruikshank ; 

and Three Illustrations, by J. M. Wright 8 

y __ ^ {, _ ft 18 R. Shelley : Portrait of a Lady, in decollete dress ; and 

Head of a Child — two on one mount 



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19 Ditto : A Study of Three Children ; A Lady, in black dress ; 
and Heads of a Lady and a Gentleman — two on one 
mount 3 



J T JZ, -£ 20 S. Shelley : Mrs. Euspini and Child — circular ; A Sketch 
of Two Sistees and Admiral Forley — two on one 
mount, by E. Shelley ; &c. 6 

^ __ JT^- p 21 E. Smirke, E.A. : Illustrations to " The Sorrows of Werter," 
" The Invisible Spy," &c. ; and The Landing of William 
III. at Torbay, by M. Archer ; The Departure of the 
Pretender, and other Drawings, by the Same 10 

U _^ i, _ 6 22 T. Stothard, E.A. : Eleven Illustrations to " The Antiquary," 
" As You Like It," &c. — on eight mounts ; Seven Studies, 
by W. M. Craig — on four mounts ; and Two Drawings, 
by C. Benazech 14 

23 E. Westall, E.A. : Seven Illustrations to " Guy Manner- 
ing," and Four others 11 



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J . / / 24 F. Wheatley, E.A. : The Promenade ; An Eastern Scene, by 
J. C. Ibbetson ; Devout Exercises, by E. W. Satchwell ; 
'Xmas with the Poets, by Birket Foster; &c. 17 

<£ __ {,- v 25 W. L. Wyllie, E.A., 1887 : Spithead 
10 in. by 13J in. 



DRAW;INGS. 

Framed 

SAM BOUGH, E.S.A., 1868. 

f a -^\ q — v 26 A Distant View of Windsor Castle 
' ' 18 in. by 24J in. 

E. H. COEBOULD. 

^ _ — 27 Portrait of the Prince Consort ; Head of S. Prout, 

by P. Fischer, 1835 ; Portrait of Peter the Great, 

in armour; and Head of the Earl Durham, by S. 

Lover, E.H.A. — pencil; and Francis I. — circular 5 



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E. DUDLEY, 1863. 

28 The Marriage of King Edward VII. and Queen 
Alexandra 

16 J in. by 12 J in. 

E. DUDLEY, 1863. 
* m- v 29 King Edward VII. ; and Queen Alexandra — a pair 2 

i* 12 in. by 8 in. 

E. DUDLEY. 

y?-./3-^ 30 The Eoyal Bridesmaids 

9J in. by 12 in. . 



G. A. FEIPP. 
31 A Hilly Eiver Scene, with fishermen in a boat 
^> ^ ^^ ° 13J in. by 19* m. 



W. HAMILTON, E.A. 

/-»*■>) /-r->* ^ Portrait of Mrs. Siddons, in white dress, with red sash 
f and black wrap 

With a letter from Fanny Kemble on the reverse 

Signed, and dated 1793 

Crayon — 20 in. by 14 in. 

Exhibited at the National Portrait Exhibition, 1868 



J. HAEDY, Jun., 1862. 
/_//__/ 33 Picking Wild Flowers — oval; and Head of a Man- 



charcoal 



T. HAET, 1870. 



/ 34 Eocky Coast Scenes — a pair 
^" ' *+ 13 h in. by 24 in. 



J. B. ISABEY. 

(q g>-_5~-_4f35 Portruit of the Due de Ta.llyra.nd, in gray coat 
Oval — 7f in. by 6J in. 

J. MACWHIRTER, R .A. 

_ 36 Lake Ooruisk, Isle of Skye 
** ~ ** ~ * 15 in. by 23 in. 



SIR W. C. R03 S, R.A. 

37 Portrait of Her Grace the Duchess of Somerset, in 
• ' robes 

14J in. by 10J in. 

J. VARLEY, 1842. 

38 A River Scene, with a castle ; and Roses, by J. Sherrin 2 



t~/!r-i 



T. F. WAINEWRIGHT, 1860. 

.__ .^ . 39 Two Children with Sheep; and a Study of an Old 
i -~ s ~ to 

Bridge, by C. Stanfield, R.A. 2 



R WHEATLEY, R.A., 1786. 

40 Love in a Mill ; and The Discovery — a pair 
Cjl±^\A)<~o Oval—16^ in. by 13J in. 

Engraved by J. M. Delattre and B. Stanier 



J. WOLF. 

/i;— /tJ-^b^l A Covey of Partridges 

Charcoal — 16 in. by 23 \ in. 
(a 6) 



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J. WOLF. 
/ tf__/fc?„p 42 Gkouse 

Charcoal — 16 in. by 23J in. 

J. WOLF. 
. 43 Missed 

' ~ V — V Charcoal- -20 J ml by 26J *». 



J. WOLF, 1871. 
44 Peace and War 
* — ' ~~ Charcoal — 26 *w. by 18 J in. 



J. WOLF, 1877. 

i J q ~ 45 A Lectuee on Embryology 

Charcoal — 28 in. by 21 J m. 



J. WOLF. 

J^Z. _£""1, 13 46 Hard Times : or, Poverty 

"22 in. by 15| in. 

Exhibited at the Blackburn Corporation Art Gallery' 



J. WOLF, 1878. 

3 — 3 47 A Bullfinch : an original study from Queen Victoria's 

Bullfinch at Buckingham Palace 
10 in. by 7 in. 



J. WOLF. 

£~L. S'"— o 48 A Study of a Mountain Hare ; and Deer in the High- 
lands 2 

Charcoal and wash 



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PASTELS. 



i . . . 49 Portrait of a Lady, in green dress and large hat ; and 

Portrait of a Lady, in brown dress— a pair 2 

Oval — 9 in. by 7 J in. 



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_^ •") -. O 50 Head of a Lady, with white dress — oval ; and Head of a 
Lady, with blue dress 2 



R. GOSWAY, R.A. 



/JTL, /J— _o 51 Head of Maria Cosway 

17^ m. by 14 *w. 



F. COTES, R.A 



^ #^~^_^ 52 Portrait of a Lady, in white dress with mauve shawl 



Signed, find dated 1756 
•2U in. by 20| in. 



F. COTES, R.A. 

t / 53 Portrait of the Hon. Miss Boyle, afterwards Lady 

/ O'Xeile, in white dress, leaning on a portfolio 

23 in. by 17 m. 



EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL (Style of). 



I 54 Mrs. Abington 
*f -*/ H> ^ h 29 m. by 2U in. 



J. RUSSELL, R.A. 

<>_ £^-,U ^^ Portrait of a Boy, in blue coat with white fichu 

221 i n . by 17 in. 



B 2 



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J. EUSSELL, E.A. 
J""^ J"^-. (J 56 Portrait of a Gentleman in Armour,, holding a baton 

31 in. by 25 in. 

J. SHAEPLES. 

J 'S^~ / S~Z- \Q 57 Portrait of George Washington, in black coat with white 
hchu 

9h in. by 1\ in. 



PICTURES. 

I? /> — / y~— ^ ^ Portraits of Thomas Cromwell — unframed ; Henry VIII. ; 
The Duke of Bedford ; &c. 4 

On panel 

yy j _ <a ^9 Portraits of Henry VIII. ; Lady Jane Grey — unframed ; 
&c. 5 

. G 60 Portrait of the Duchess of Portsmouth — on copper; 
Portrait of a Gentleman, standing by a table with 
his dog — on panel; Head of Henrietta Browne, 
Vscountess Dillon, by Mrs. Mee — pastel, oval ; &c. 5 

*7 j _ ^ 61 Four Portraits of Gentlemen 4 

Oval 

62 Philip le Bon, wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece ; and 
M) of Sb 
On pane I 

T. BAKKEE. 



Head of Shakespeare 2 



//—//_ {j 63 A Windy Day 

12 i- in. by 15! in. 



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BOTH. 
64 A Hilly Landscape, with figures and bathers ; and Angels' 
Heads, after Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. 2 

H. BRIGHT, 1863. 

£_ . ._ J 65 An Old Mill, near Tintern, Monmouthshire ; and 
Coniston Water, by J. Varley 2 



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J. BURNET. 

66 A Horseman Conversing with a Milkmaid 
On -panel — 13 \ in. by 17 \ in. 

Presented by the artist to John Whitehead, Esq., in 1865 
Exhibited at the International Exhibition, 1871 



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J. BURNET. 
_ 67 An Oyster-Cellar in Leith 

On panel — 11 in. by 13 in. 

Presented by the artist to John Whitehead, Esq., in 1859 

Exhibited at the International Exhibition, 1871 

SCHOOL OF BRUYN. 

C Q-__ q 68 A Donor and his Four Sons Kneeling 

On panel — 15| in. by lOf in. 

CLOUET. 

"? / — IV— o ^ Portrait of Henri de Guise, in buff tunic, and black hat 
with white feather 
9 in. by lh in. 

SCHOOL OF CRANACH. 

/ f __ £? _ / 70 The Madonna and Child, with a female Saint — a coat-of- 
arms on the reverse ; and The Madonna and Child 2 
On panel 



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T. CEESWICK, E.A. 

/. _/Vl, -r^ 71 Soracte — ow panel, oval; A Eustic Bridge; A Church 
Interior — on panel, unframed ; &c. 4 



SCHOOL OF CEIVELLI. 

J £>~L,/,S~~. fc> 72 ^ HE Madonna and Child enthroned with Two Angels 

On panel — 18 in. by 13^ in. 



G. CEUIKSHANK. 

<fo _ (f ^V 73 The Bank of England: Lord Mayor's Day 

13J in. by 11J m. 



H. W. B. DAVIS, E.A., 1868 



j? cr^ti -^io 74 Neglected 

' 231 m. by 31J m. 



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JAN DUCK. 
'_/5""L. O 75 A Cavalier and Ladies in an Apartment 
Ow panel— 18J t». by 14 m. 



JOSEPH DUCEEUX. 



(i ^ — -» 76 Portrait of the Artist 

In brown coat, with black hat, pointing his finger at 
the spectator 

35J m. by 28 in. 



DUSAET. 

/ //_/ 77 Peasants before an Inn; Wrestlers, by W. Etty, E.A. ; 
and A Small Landscape — on panel 3 



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DUTCH SCHOOL. 

y 1^ -^ / -, O 78 A Cavalier, in slashed dress, in a landscape, with a gun and 
a ferret 

15 \ in. by 12§ in. 

EAELY FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

y^ I / _ 79 Portrait op Sir Thomas Heron, in red tunic, with black 
f cap, his hands joined in prayer 

On panel — 12f in. by 8 in. 



J. VAN GO YEN. 

80 A Frozen Eiver Scene, with a village and skaters 
^ *^ 4* ^^ On panel— 13$ in. by 23^ in. 



VAN GOYEN. 



_^ __ ^^ y> 81 A Eiver Scene, with boats and figures 
/ / On panel — 15 in. by 25 J m. 



HOLBEIN. 



J 82 Portrait of a Lady, in black dress, holding her gloves 

"* ^~* Ow £>aneZ — 13 J m. by 9| in. 

From the Collection of D. C, Bell, Esq., F.S.A. 



HOLBEIN (after). 

y/-, //-^ u ®<* Head of Sir Thomas More; and Portrait of Eichard 
Cromwell, by Walker 2 

On panel 

J. HOLLAND, 1854. 

/ 3-^/3— 84 Vico Sotto il Campanile, Genoa 

13J m. by 10 in. 



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KAUFFMAN. 

<#r_ &^ (J 85 Kuth and Boaz — oval ; and Leak and Cordelia, by J. H. 
Mortimer, A.E.A. 2 



SIE E. LANDSEEE, E.A. 



o-_ g-__ t; 86 Catherine Seyton 

Ow ^ ttWe ^ — 13f in. by 9| m. 



C. E. LESLIE, E.A.I 

y I / 87 A Prima Donna — on panel] Jack Ashore, after Singleton; 

& ~ * A Landscape, with castle, by 7 A. Corbould ; &c. 4 

J. F. LEWIS, E.A., 1825. 

/ / / 88 The King's Foxhounds ; and A View near Preston, by H- 
(°~1 Dawson, 1878— cm panel 2 

W. LOGSDAIL. 

/_//— / ^8 P° RT:KAIT of Joseph Wolf, the artist 

13 \ in. by 9| in. 

SCHOOL OF LOEENZO. 

_ ,_, . 90 The Madonna and Child, with Two ' Angels 

*— ■ * On panel, arched top- — 35 J in. by 20| m. 

N. MAES. 

91 Pokteait of a Gentleman, in black velvet coat, holding his 
'4>' - I ^> - sword with his left hand ;ra fleet at sea on the right 

Signed, and dated 1685 
26i i n ^ by 22£ m. 



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F. VAN MIERIS (After). 
fX)-~f\}—V 92 The Sleeping Cavalier; and A Musical Party, after 
G. Netscher 2 

On panel 

G. MORLAND. 
rV-./Vi-.o 93 The Thief 

Signed, and dated 1792 
15J in. by 20 in. 

P. NASMYTH, 1824. 
S~"fj /7 — o ^ A View from Hampstead looking towards Harrow 

16 in. by 22 in. 



r?Q __ i o-__ ^ 95 The Adoration of the Magi 



J. PATINIER. 

the Magi 
On panel — 16 \ in. by 12 in. 



RAFFAELLE (After). 

7 7 £ ^ ^" HE Transfiguration 

25 in. by 19 in. 

SIR J. REYNOLDS, P.R.A. (After). 
, 97 Head of Dr. Johnson ; and Flora, by G. Harlow 2 

ROBERTS. 
J i j 98 A View of Venice; and Still^Life, by W. Duffield 2 

H. STONE. 

* ^ 99 Portraits of Charles I. and Henrietta Maria — a pair 2 

On panel — lO^Hn. byf8f m. 



T. STOTHAED, E.A. 
/o - /^ 100 The Eevelation of Saint John; and Angels' Heads 2 

SOUTH EHENISH SCHOOL. 

//-.}&>— 17 -^1 Christ before Pilate; and The Entombment — a pair 2 

29J in. by 20J in. 

D. TENIEES. 

P o/_ ^ 102 Figures before a Cottage ; A Landscape, with figures ; 
and a Landscape, by M. Akiem 3 

On panel 

THOENHILL. 

/ /j _ / Id -, O 103 Two Panels, emblematic of Britannia 

Mounted as doors to an ebonised case 
18 in. by 21 in. 

G. VINCENT. 
/__/__ e? 101 A View in Norfolk ; and Edinburgh, by James Webb 2 

M. DE VEIES. 

* ^ .. 105 A Eiver Scene, with a tower, cottages and boats 

On panel — 18 in. by 25 in. 

J. HANSON WALKEE, 1873. 
-, # 7 ^ fc 106 Ariadne 

Oval— 29J m. by 22J m. 

E. WALKEE. 

JTI?— . ^-»t? 107 Portrait of Mrs. Claypole, the daughter of Oliver Crom- 
well, in rich dress with white lace ruff 
24i in. by 18J m. 

Exhibited at the National Portrait Exhibition. 1866 



?^/^-.e 108 The Presentation of Christ in the Temple 
' On panel — 24 in. by 20J in. 



F. WHEATLEY, E.A. 



S~*2^~>) t?-tt 109 The Deserted Village 

W\ in. by 13J in. 

Engraved by Bartolozzi 



WHEATLEY. 

/ 5 s — / S^— O HO Cymon and Iphigenia 

Oval — 9^ in. by 12 m. 



J. WOLF. 



/ ^ ^ / "7 — vj HI Ptarmigan 
/ / 13£*». by 20J*». 



J. WOLF. 

J3 -^ /3 —V 312 A Partridge in the Snow 

2H in. by 18J in. 



A. YSENBEANT. 

-^3_ /T,— O 113 The Madonna at her Devotions 

Or? panel— 13^ «?. I y 9J in. 



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DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

SIR E. A. WATERLOW, R.A. 
////_£> 113a The Sussex Weald 

9] in. by 14 in. 
Sold for the Benefit of the French Bed Cross Society 

/ J 114 Seven Japanese Drawings of Ladies 7 

Unf rained — 8 in. by 5 h in. 

STUART. 

Ll (, ^ Ki _o H5 Portrait of George Washington, in claret-coloured coat, 
with white stock 
Pastel 
23J in. by 19J m. 



PICTURES. 

FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

•y "? _ (7 11^ Louis XIV. and Charles X. of Sweden visiting a 
Captured Fortress 
Signed, and dated 1703 
65 J in. by 78 w. 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 

A _ £ _ (7 117 Portrait of a Lady, in black dress, with white lawn collar 
and cuffs ; large black hat 
29 in. by 24| in. 

FRAGONARD. 

/ o- / Q~^(j 118 Portrait of a Young Lady, in pink dress with white frills ; 
landscape background 
21 in. by 17 \ in. 



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DUTCH SCHOOL. 

3 — /3—G H9 A Cavalry Skirmish 
21} m. by 30f in. 

BOUCHEE. 

"3 (r) _/^_ol-0 Portrait of a Lady, in pink dress with white scarf and 
blue bows, holding a bunch of flowers 
27 in. by 21J m. 



G. BOAINEY. 

J / I 121 Portrait of A. Newland, Esq., Governor of the Bank of 

" England, in green coat with yellow vest 

28 in. by 24 in. 



VAN DYCK SCHOOL. 

/to — / 6 — 122 Portrait of Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland, in black 
slashed dress with white lace collar 
Unframed — 30 in. by 25 in. 



G. WATSOX, P.E.S.A. 
C5 -^ 3 — <3 1^3 A Youth Beading : said to be a portrait of a member of 
the Stone Family, of Lea Park, Surrey 
35 in. by 27J in. 



W. LUKEE. 

*2^ — ll^-^b 124 Aberfoyle ; and The Norfolk Broads — a pair 

9J in. by 16J in. 



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W. LUKER 

"? _ / y _ / 1-25 Highland Cattle ; and Buckhubst Park — a pair 2 

9| in. by 16J m. 

W. BOTTOMLEY. 

"? !3 — h -^ ^ French Stable- Yard 

30 J ira. by 46 in. 

W. DUFFIELD, 1861. 
127 A Good Day's Sport 



/j-^/j ° 46J t». by 58 w. 



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W. DUFFIELD, 1860. 
128 Dead Swan, Game and Fbuit 
44 in. by 67 m. 



EUBENS SCHOOL. 

*?_ /*j __ £ 129 Chabity : The Madonna, with numerous Infants 

Unframed—61 in. by 46 m. 



Jru jr. ^ 



HOGAETH SCHOOL. 
130 A Fete-Day 

28 in. by 38 in. 



HEDA. 

^ #7_/ 131 A Silveb-Gilt Cup, a Tazza, and otheb Objects of 

Still Life on a Table 
241 in. by 32J in. 

P. QUAST. 

J~~U / 1"^-. 6 132 A Village Scene, with peasants merrymaking 

Unframed, on panel — 21 in. by 26J in. 



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P. HIUBERIS. 

cjfc— /J^-0 1**3 ^ ^ IVEB Scene, with a row-boat and men-of-war 

Signed, and dated 1627 
Circular — 13 \ in. diam. 

ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

/JH_/J--i_o 134 Portrait of a Lady, in dark cloak 

231 i n , by 19J i n . 

T. GAINSBOROUGH, R.A. 

135 A Valley Scene, with figures and sheep 
/i?~/t> _^ 59J m. by 71im. 

B. WEST, P.R.A. 
/(?_/q_x> 136 Peace 

Signed, and dated 1774 
Unframed — 87 in. by 55 in. 

RUBENS. 

* i I | _ iq 1^7 Head of Helena Fourment 

On panel, oval — 17J in. by 14J in. 

BAROCCIO. 

L_i ^ ^l * ^> 138 The Madonna, with the Infant Saviour 

Oval — 33J in. by 25J in. 



ITALIAN SCHOO L. 

130 Portrait of a Lady, in blaoli duooo nnwi t i li aj muhbd w luu.u^ 
nnfl whito gollnr ■ Mad Tttb AIaqdalen 2 



HOLBEIN (After). 

t _^ $~~L^ 140 Erasmus, holding a Book 

Unframed — 25 h in. by 22 in. 



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LAWEENCE SCHOOL. 
<^~_; ^~ C 141 The Sisters 

23 in. by 19 in. 

CANALETTO SCHOOL. 
Q < __ A —Ci 142 A View in Venice, with a boat and figures 
/ ' 21 J in. by 29J in. 

P. VAN SCHENDEL, 1869. 

7_ —j _ o 143 The Opening of the Tomb 
( On panel — 26J in. by 20 in. 

HUDSON. 
~~? —l3o I -^ P° RT:RAirr 0F A Gentleman, in braided vest, and green coat 

35J i n , by 271 in. 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 
.p. .p. 145 Head of a Cavalier, with white lace ruff 

On panel — 4J in. by 3 J in. 

P. DE KONINCK. 
/ c> / (>__ <i 146 A Philosopher 

" 281 in. by 34 in. 

FEENCH SCHOOL. 
13, — \ "3— ^ 147 Portrait of a Gentleman, in embroidered blue cloak lined 
with red 

281 in. by 22| in. 

WYCK. 
y _ j l — 6j 148 An Encampment before a City 

27 in. by 33J in. 

TENIEES. 
^ ^ I O — v> 149 An Incantation Scene 

351 m. by 37J in. 



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DUTCH SCHOOL. 

t?-*/8~-C 150 The Doctor's Visit 

23J in. by 20J in. 

MIBRBVELT. 

J~u 2P- b 151 Portrait of a Lady, in green dress, with white lace collar 
and cap 

201 in. by 17| in. 

WEENIX. 

%"—\ %f—(j 152 Muscovy Duces and other Birds 
56 \ in. by 58 in. 



F. SNYDCRS. 

fr _ %■ _0 153 A Wolf-Hunt 

63 m. by 89 iw. 

MORLAND. 

^, _ f u ^ b 154 A Girl with Pigs ; and Pigs in a Stye 

HONDECOETEE. 

_ /. O 155 Domestic Poultry 
/ / 241 i nm by 30i in. 



DUTCH SCHOOL. 

Cl_^_ o 156 A Mythological Subject 

On panel — 17| in. by 24 in. 



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